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The Fairfield Herald.
lET RA'IY TV7EA'.VASD)A
lalrintg Feat of a New li tiven Womanl.
Many of our readers remember, says
tle New Haven Palladium, Miss Leona
bare, who resided in this city last
fall and winter. Shc performed in
tle Theatro Cominie, and lier skill on
tihe traptze nas the only redeoming
feature of that concern. Sho went
away from here last spring, and has
been! West since, and has been thrill.
ing people there with performance on
at t ra pezo sus1pended to a balloon
Iliclh was risiig. The first trip was
made at IndianaIpolis, a few weeks
ago. The balloon was inflated, and
t a (luarter to eight was out loose,
-nd tie ftine formed Leona, in cirous
clotles, dangling down from the tra.
peze bar, holding inl her teth a strap
which encircled the waist of Tommy
llall, a companion for ier first voyago
in the air, left terra firma.
Everything was still as death, and
it was observed that Hall weakened a
little, but the plucky "Queen of An
title," Leona was perfectly cool.
d sit as4 soon as they had left the
earlth Leona Conmmonced 1 Spinning
Siall around until it mado us giddy.
After this performanco and whcn
about three liuidred 1-,et in the air
Ily commenced their hifalutaI per
lo'incIaiiee, aind knliowl in show lan -
gulage ats the dotuble trapeze.
'hey performed all the difficult
.0d haiizardou's feats at. an altitude of
nbout 11111f a mile, with tle sam,
reckless daring that characterizes
their performanice under tle pavillion,
where if they were to tumble, their
fill would not exceed thitty feet.
) they went until they wore scarcely
Iarger than a personi's hand, and when
jooked at through a glass provided for
t lie occasion it was -cen that they had
climbied upon their trapeze ear, and
were apparently enjoying at tate-a-tete
while resting from their exciting per.
'ie balloon deseended very rapid
ly, and landed about a hltf miIe from
im a-tarting point, iii all open
field, haind a party rodo up inl
tunie to witness their alighting. Hall
wis silent and sobier, wil Lo eona,
liughing -.id to Warner, "Illow was
that for high ?"
All Ilisiie lii la iitig in it Cellir and
The Cincinnati Commercial of the
2d inst., says : TIh vro is a man
na1 med Michael lBessert living at No.
27:! hberty street, who has aan insane
child, a girl soi twelve or thirtecu
yeara of aige, who .hlecoies very vio.
lent at tinaes, and her lather has been
ini the habit of tying or chaining her
tap in thie back yad of his house,
where her only shelto from heat or rain
is tle da mp noiome cellar of the
house. .in this yard tL.o poor girl has
become ias wild its a boast of prey
a11l as filthy in her dress as a Digger
I l dian. Very frequently %lhe has a
howling interval, when ier marrow\
picineig shrieks diturb the entire
nieighhiloo'l for Several nights at a
time, the only attention paid by her
parenis beiiig the throwing of it lot
of tale bnread to er' in th cellar
allutded to. She Ihas bean more
boistrous than usuaal lately and a party
of f'our gentlecmoni det enrm:nied to
penetf.ati her pr' ien. (On entering
the n egleted yart, wih is narrow,
'onitraicted( aindl absuolutely stinking,
they funnid the girl wallowing in thne
filthi, withn a single garmient abhout bior
pers-on, and that so scanlty as to plain
ly dl ieloae lien' limbs, 1literally caked
with irt. She was eating a pie0ce of
dry bradiI, bunt,-I sh -pr ag upi at their
npprlioachi, anid with frightful facial
cointoitions ret ratedl to the cellar'.
lIn a mioment she re-appearedl, withI a
dead and decaying rat in her hiandl,
which shlin p.arntially skinned and
raivenouisly toire with her teethn, flerce
ly maiusientiing the hnorrible morsels
andl swallowing them with aihparenht
re IlInh. Tlhie sight wunas so siekeninug
thait the parnty were coiinpelled to turnl
awayv. anad inone (if them cii ared to
touch lier uniIliher fathIier-or step~
father u -ftorced lier io rieli ngiihl thle
d isgusat inlg v'ianuds. Steps5 were taken
to) have'~ her reoveu'd to an Insane
A Sh'epilig litily.
A correspondeant of' thle Louiisiille
('oui er-J ournal h ias beeni to se0 the
"-loepinhg heauty o f'- Tennesseeo," at
I uiion t'ity, and says (of her.
4.iie hans dept for twenty-tharec
yearis, is a wake thIirt een times in twen
i.5 four hiours, ieimainiing awake onaly'
ievean muu ttes eachn timie, and noc pow.
<r on earth an iiforce lier to remuuaian
awk uviLitne secoand longer. She
brneathies only lit interivals of live
inut iies, :and at suchI t imeis she seemns
to~ do so nith~ great dilieuoilty, onily
dra'nw ing two or thri ee resp irat ions,
thn tall iag lack ins thol)ugh she were
deaid. W hile aiwake a-le eats, driniks
anda~ talks for a few ivnutes. Shne is
as whnite as thne whlitest miarbile, and is
perfectly hlatifutl.- She has no edit
tition. All the med icail skill of the
as to liwr ca'e, an sh ale has been seint
to St. IMis and examined by the
miost. pronanenuiat Iphiysici ans, butt they
have' not been albl to solve lien ease.
Shne is now on c>'hi bit ion iai thle Soulth
ern lI [tel, Un~iioni county, TPenn. Shne
is tiity l one years old, and was a v'er'v
a-lt ightly girl lip to eighnt years of ag~e
when s-he was s-t rcken, aind has ro
mainedii~ ever since as .-lie now is.''
S'a tuirn hi-as lost ciie of hiis rings, and
a snearebi of all tho pa wnbrokers'
a-i.to givets n clue11 to its whebroabiouts.
Any Oan hiaviang information whieb
miay lead to its reovery will ,e suita
bly uewar-ded by applying to the
In any 8tato in this Union, except
in South Carolina, a political revolu
tion is sweeping like a tornado, the
bread and butter brigade of the Grant
adm'iinistration from the face of the
earth. Ilut in South Carolina we are
quiet. Why is this so ? Because
we have a colored majority of thirty
thiousand, and unloss they fool the
breeze and take the lead, nothing can
avail the movement.
Can the colored man feel it like the
white people elsewhere ? Enough
has been said to them on the subject,
to make a heart of adamant turn if
there was a spark of sensibility left
within it. Are they insensiblo ? If
elsewhere the white man lis reason
to turn upon the Grant administration
here in South Carolina, the people
have tenfold more than any other
State, and yet such is the hard gigan.
tie ignorance of the tuasses, that it
soems impervious. Grant and Scott
say "nothing but tihe bayonet for
South Carolina," it may bo on the
principle that this granite is imper
vious to anything but cold steel, and
one day or other, unchecked by the
Constitution, the colored man may
find Grant's bayonet at their own
Have the colored people no gratitude
to Mr. Greley 7 Have they no con
siderition for the advice of Mr. Stumn.
nor atid Mr. Banks ? Have no regard
for decency, to live under an honest
government ? Have they no self
respect for themuselves, that they
should be made the dupes and coad
jutors of thieves and scouindrels?
[lave they no desire to live in1 pCC
with the white man, but are they de
termined to continue hostility untiI
war results ?
Let it be rcmemhnemred that if there
is no uprising for Mr. Greeley inl this
State as in the other States. it is he
causo it is colored.- (huricston Ik
Pal il ial Circulare.
A ci ular jotter sent out by Mr.
.J. M. Ed nunds, postmaster at \ash
ington City, ieiber of the Ralical
Resident Congressional Committee,
and in 1868 was President of the
Union L eague of A mcrion, has, we
doubt not, been sont broadcast over
thle country, and without being nware
of the fact, it is nevertheless doubt
less true that the independent .hano
crats are being run by the Grant
muachiine at Washington. c e quote
the circular :
"VAsiMMcrrow, 1). C,Jmuly 30. 1872.
".DAn Sin : l'lease send tle en
closed circular to active Demoucrat-s in
your District, who will not support.
Mr. G reeley, and will co-operate with
the Louisville Convention. Set me
a list of such muon in each County
"(Signed) J. M. E DM U N DS,
Wo ask honest anti.G reeley bei*mu'
orats how this sort of thing stri 1
them ? Are they willing to I made
cat-paws to rako Radical clhestmut
from the fire ? If not, they mu.st
halt I The energy of the oain, t re,
tainers is almost super-human ; and
they will leave no mecams untried
which promises any sort of aid to
their tottering cause. They know
very well, as does every manm of inte!
ligenc, that with a solid Democratie1
vote for Grecley, his election is an
absolute certainty. hlence they
would willingly spend hal f thle monii y
in the Treasury to divert (100,00
Demuocrats from G reeley to an outside
candlidate. And to this cud, they
are at work.-- (Colu mbia J'honi..
Milrder biy Mexicniis in t'exs.
The niews despautch froum .lrowns
ville wihiceh appears in our coltumns
to-day goes to prove that even the
lives of our Texas cit izens' who in
habit the line of the Rio C rande, not
to speak of their property, mare niot
now scure against the assaults of ma.
rauder's from Mexico. It will be seen
that two gentlemen, Messrs. Alexan
dcer and Simon, prominent merchanits
on the A mer'ican frontier, left
Brownsville for Rio C rrnde City last
h'aturday. Some few hours uftet~r
wa~rds three Mexicans passedi thenm on
the way, one of whonm fred into their
carriage, killing Mr. Alexander in
stantly, Mr. Simon making a narrow
escape from death by flight to the
bush. Thme as~assins haiving comple,
ted their work fled to Mexico. There
was mourning and an intjuiest on the
American side. Th'le Coroner's jury
charges the comimission of thme deed
on Cortina's troops. A strong feel
ing exists among the A mnericamns for
the organintionu of a banid of men andI
the pursuit of' thme murdecrers on Mcxi.
can soil. Onr murderedl birotheor
'"points to his wvounds."' What is to
be done?-.Y. IJernli.
Thme Sumter News learns that an
individual, calling himiself' Moran,
and claiming to be the soni of' D..
Moran, of Chamrleston, and a nephew
of M. Moran, Esq., of Sumter', has
been traveling thr ongh this coun ty ,
and representing himself as a dentist,
clock repairer and jeweler. The
News sass he is an imposter', and
'Jwluwarn the publ ic against him.m
as .Dr. Moran, and Mr. Myles Moran,
of Sumter, hans no nephew who will
till the bill. As likely as not lie has
assumed some other name by this
time. Turn himi over to the nearest
Tlriaul Justice, if there is one in your
neighborhood that you can trust. The
last we heard of this adlveniturer lie
was going froni Mechaniesville to
Bishorville. Mr. M. Moran would
like to meet with his nephew, and the
editor of this paper would be pleased to
receive a call from him, lle will
hear something to his advantage by
Idropping into our office.
,11y astute and sharp editor of that
prightly journal has been "taken in"
>y the enterprising Moran.
1 nade from 60 cts. Call ind examino
tLoJor 12 samples sent. (postlage free)
or 60 cis. that Ictith quick f1or $10. R. L.
VOLCOTT, 181 Chatham Square, N. Y.
A Mont easily uado with Sten
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tAllE (.11ANCE 'FOl AGENTS,
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ishif Wyou Will e;ngag11e Wit Is r AT osr.
"verytIh ing furnis heel fl e xpen-'-..s pai'l.
\ildress F. A. EL & t.C., Charlole,
M00 AG iNI'S want eio fr r linst a I ran.
ive "ORE1 L .1 ZO %it\ N" (I Ud RA. N T
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UNG." Hlow (4ither1 slauy a-Sciinat~e
lid gain flhe love ali d alleelions of an11y per1
on they choose, insiaily. 'I hl simple
nelial alncqlir'lien fill eI posse s, friee, by
mil for 26 cis. togetlieir with soa inirriage
rnide, Egyptlian Orail, Iireiins, ilIis io
.alies, &C. A r(iuter. exviling bosok. 10i 100
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Agents Wanted I
or lihe Autobiography oflitil(.\('iEGR-?,l.
-EX . A nw illutii ratedii' ediition. 1141w reidy.
jet this the best niiol onily .:itioll wriiiel
)y hitulf 1 n1114 etl~orsed! by I he TI ihanle :
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rie 4, ilnl. tu, irice $1 fil. 0hiv Agelit
1041 81) ill t hree days. IS1 lenild sledl p r
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villing lilt nhuive. II I l I'o blih
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Presidential Campaign Book
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1117 ihrly . S, New York
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Sillh its; spca1'nln w , ~ e e .:hk
wr nl i roiler. 'I he S.1 ivie till FmI li! lve
mrefully pack..ed foir Qaes iue~. Isl
-ent fnlat pp11llationl. T ..-: . W \ ty.
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PHE EECORDS 0F T0STS
azMtji higher p-tel g than anl ily
wheel lit, 3 -womonl N i,.11.
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Roan oke College, Salem, Va.
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iild to r e d l c iIn. r lu1briouso
Din11te, moral' d xnellignt cn1 iuniy,
hs I heh courl of .'ti iiiy, you i crini nt
attolen~igs, ro'i S lu.n in' n1 in it ie ro
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l'1 4'. >. ii. to iicil .os i ot
ra'iry rfnt ?h suifere for01 te irt' iiewni
Prliel. an kided d iiee to nuid inu wesk
thn igt'he invld o si deo i.r
kersi s lt s 'i(i i xlen- i l 'thnd i 1i'l on the li
1mblin as sIvrineode, h.ot 111 1 i fi is a.
norii''ne sobyr pher leaeing ' Snediial :uithoi
use the reguA11(1 i 'Ctr~I pIhiis if~ i ote
woti whigiiOth onerfu,182 remedi d reis01s.
Dr.e Will's Ei xlltr 'iat ofti Juruebao
I le planto ard tanu ihiieitknlsa.irmn
Pstee walltdn of actio n you liopia
poruAi~UScin couo rasnig dulisear
licl rchs, ilons,' PI leCa k rim
ples'. &c. -e. CACrrol e
TaeJruemt clealpurify aed .
lJ'ig iuesto lnii nsm II aide thiel cyste lii
debili10e withN of viaMce, poverty
(D ". 2
2 Catr loads White Broad Corn,
800 bushels mixed Oats,
100 btishels Bolted Meal,
60 barrels new St., Loui. Flout',
100 sacks new Augusta Flour,
25 Kits Mackerel,
00 barrels Sugar House bynup,
V5,000 lbs. Whiti, and Smoked Bacon,
Lard in Cans and Kegs,
3 lierces 0. W. Thoais & Co's Golden
10 sacks Java, Laguayra and Iflo Colfee,
4 boxcS genuine Italian Maccaroni,
Best. Gunpowder, Green Tea,
Sugars of ill grades,
Smoked Pickled Tongues and Dried Beef
Pickled Salmon and Shad,
I: ominy, Rice, &rq.
English Crackers, assorted,
English Pickles, assorted,
Plow Mloulds, Steel, iron, Nails Mule
Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traceo Chains,
And a large stock of Boots nnd Shoes.
Call and examine our stock.
2BACOT & Co.
TICKETS to the CONCRET
Fnir ndA honest dealing in Dry Oood
iats, Caps, Boots, Shoeo, Trunke, &c., car
be had aL
New Dry Goods Emaim no ,1 door t<
Ellhiot . & Co's.
Hats of all Styles,
For Men anid .Boys. Juist Opened
L adies & Misses Sailor Hats
My stock of Dress Goods is of the neates
nnd best gn"alities, andl is ol'ered at
lthe Lowest Prices for the CASh!.
S.S. W "OLiF1W
CLOTHING I CLOTHING l
Best Assortment in Town !
Cassimeres, LINenBs and Marseilles
MORE GOODS COM.[NG'
NOW IS THlE TIME
To get IIARGAINS, as It is late ia the
Bring the Cashu
s. s. WOLFE.
O NE Tiere of Sugar Cnred Canrasse
Vilams in store, and for .'ale low for cash
juine 22 Tl? AT &D B. nn
Three Gross "Pet" and "Elne"
One Hall* JI. Clienmber Pickles.
A lot Fic~o Paidly Floutr.
Woodeau aad WIlow arve.
A choice asortment of
SUGARS and COFFEES.
'I'erstas S1 r11c11.y CASEI I'russa11 111116
7' It. R O lRW 7,8ON.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS.
I . i tn- ~lers igne hainY g sold 0131 1 lieir
entire interest ill tile la, Blliinrd and l1eS.
tiaini Saloonl, to Thomiasii WV. Iabb, ind
i tecev.sary to cloe their books. All per
s4ois knowing themtselves to bo indebted1,
:are carinesily requested to comne forward
wit0out . )El.AY atal settle up (if not, Willi
molely, by noib-) os tihe biusiiiess of tile
limi nu1st. loo closed. The bo' ks will be
lelt in he huds ol' T. V. IR-tkb for- a short
june I E W OINI V Il & CO,
I Car l0(oad Con,
I1,00 11 s. F'lour inl barrels and11 sacks.,
81,(I00 Ibs. lnconi andl lulk AlIcati,
Suigar aind Coffee, ifferencit gradle.,
A pimo 1 ot 1(WI. I. SMolassesS
1 lijirl Fresh1 Petroleum,311
FOR SALE 1BY
(NONSISTIINtl in piart of l'nrens, led.
4 1sinds, Iiedlroomu 'ei Is, (ChIa1is, Wa3ilnut31
Wilin3g D~esks, s'omeIting ne0W for I his mar-'
el: oid3 Wainut liook (Cases, WaVrdlrabea,
wninut and l stined, Wa ilnut and1 lrbhleI op
TPibles. foir parilor'. Satloon Tables, St (as,
& c. Weo are determuined to sell, and se'li
Jibenp for I 'ash. Thoiise whoi, wish bargainIis
ill do well to cnll, see and buy.
'Let those now buty who niever boughlt
An'h thlos who3 always bought, no0w buy
Oif tha1t ne0w andi eleganit Furniture, low for
all '27 AleINT1YIiE &i CO'S,
1100T AND SH[OE
N& T3.'U. ia o t O~ z*"
IJAVTNG proculred ihie
ver'y best Mlechanics in
the country, I feel war
raintedI in anying 1that I
-can furnish as neat. BOOT
or' SHiOl as any Shop
in the Soth. All wrork
warranled Io give satisfaction. Miy Shop
is net omo, to y' nmrigs Sauhile..
McMASTER & BRIOE
AR now receiving a choice stock of o
Fashionable and .taple Dry Goods, in es,
which the ladies may find beautiful Black W"
Silks, Japanese Silks, Linens. Muslins, rem
Piquie Cloth, Oreniedine, Dolly rardens and Pat
other Dress Goods. Elegmut Lases, Rib All
bons, and oiher dress truimmings. Prt
Sheetings. Towelings, Q-iltm, Mhsqui -
Nels, Oil Clothsi, MattiIgs and other hous
A good supply of Cassiineres, Linens,
Comtonades, Clothing and ints for Mein
and Boys, as well as an unusual large ad
dition to their stock of Fine Shoes and
liardwnre. Woodenware, Crockery, Books,
I'nints and Mr' .aes. a
Together With Tei
A beatifiil sfoik of Wall Paperiag,
Widow Shades, &c.
The Inspeoction of the Publio is Invitod,
1 Car load White Cori,
1 Car load Flour, including all grades,
10 Barrels Pearl Grist,
2 Coaks Canvassed Hans,
A. ex-C, C, and Demarara 8ugnt-, tilo
and Java and Roasted Governn.ent Java
Coffee, White Winn and Cider Vinegar,
Bolted Mlcal, received week'y and warant
fresh at all time.
D. RI. Flenniken.
auig 10 Ut
Charlottc, Cohlmlbia and A ngust.
CnrUMOina, Mat-ch 29, 1872.
IrE following Pavenger Schedule illh
Igo intlo etiem on thmis Ro'ad oni and after
Sunitiny, Alrmch 'dl.
Lenn Atigitsla, at ti.4f' a mn
"Coltimbhia. S. C., 11 46 a in
"Winnsboro, 1.62 p mn Mn
" (Chester, 3 31 p in gim
Arrive at Chrlot, N. 0. 0.10 p in a 11
tAY 'jTitAi5-ou,sao sourcc
Le~v Chanrlotte, N. C. at 7.10 a n. spi
" Cliesmer, 9 26i a m lie
"'Wtinshoro, 1 1am i
" Columbia 11 nA
Arrive at Augusta 61 n2
XJiOUT TRAiN--GoINu G T. d
"' Coba.ibia, 1.0Pi
" W,%innsboro, 11
Arrve t. haiotl 1005- a min,
Lc~v Chalot'6 7.6 p m 2
'~ Wnnebiro,11.32 p m
" Colmb~a,1.40 a ni
Arrive at. Cargoti, 6.80 a in,
NEWn TAIt---oVNG o , TH
LeeAhrl Te 7.2ip
". Dhse. M9C23LpymS.
",are Co lb a ie 16.4am
SArrel t Auglarr l.80ndym
E.R.y' Dons ea ic ket.mi Agent.
Alo ae gofod tCkbine Gryer, 860 .
1n o B aar lCokberry lrandy. es Ia
eon LardBreakfange rdy, ua Cre ti
Ramsley'as~ Srhm,.as Wh ink ,Er.
turs (lorihman Whseac o Ioa r
Ma rons hAvigeline.ans
.Alago to k Rofr rocerie, dconsise,.
ing ofSug in roffeerlyMlss a
cont card, frarfat anrps eardy nd Dh
aesh ttenintl mJ rP n y ,E r a
uly Ros, Goich nd Peac BA~lowR etnr
- Admr wh
Iiestae of Whoer Elericco.e
nde0e B oushe mea rep2ulyi.
atet Cottorwr ak Danderly and o. i
ao slemn by ith
5a 0 ushels.Meal.
dvery and Sale
. STABLE. 2nt
A. F, GOODING,
KEEP constantly on hand extra fine
Kentucky Horses and Mules. Parties
want of good stock will do well to give
* connection with my Tivery Stable, I
re opened a CarrIage, D-uggy and Wag.
Factory. All work neatly exeonted and
rranted, Give ine a call.
I RESPEFTULLY in
form the citizens of
unaboro and Fairfield District, that I have
hand a full' assortment of Watch.
Jewelry, Clocks, Spectacles, &a., and
I sell at the lowest prices, and would
pecifully ask the oontinuance of the
ronage ofr my old friends and customers.
goods warranted as represented. I aan
pared to do al kind of Watch and Jew
y work and have always a good # tock of
d maerinl on hand, and will guarantee
isfaction, All work warranted.
CH Altl'S MULLER,
Second door from Col. Rion's Office.
J. 0a BOAG
tas just. received a large and splendid
ortnent. of Dry Goods, Ladies Drese
yds, Notions, Fancy Goods, Shoes, &o.
klso fresh Groceries, 11neon, Flour,
ckerel, Lard. Menl, Grist. Sugnr. Cotfec,
t, Syrups and fre8h Kerosene Oil,
IHE INSURANCE Co.,
on. Jefferson Davis, Pes't.
m., Wadue H~ampton, Vice Pres't.
3. D. E1EDY, 8ttre Agant,
nny 10-1 Local Agnt.
Juidson Femlale Institute.
rioni, Ala. The il5th Annual Session be
s the first. of Ociober, with 16, tenchers,
andsome new outftla in parlors, cihsapet,
Ilure roomis and dining ruofl's ;-24.gJiia41..n.
I two organs, including 12 or Steiff's
eudid new $660 instruments -elegans
v walnut suit, and Kettle's spring bedl,
the dormitories, and floors ca~apeted.
cerage attendance for 16 years, past.
). Axpences reduced. For circular, ad
ss RiCiARD) H. RtAWLINOS, M. A.,
esident- 'july 31-4w
rhe 114)1me or Ileny Clay.
Thei Sile. of Various (iollege's.
ive Colleges in operation, wIth 80 Pro
sors, and inurnectors and 600 Students,
t ire Fees needl not exceed $20 per annumun
opt in Law andl Comumceiali Colleges.
arding from $:2 to $5 per week. Stu
its of the Agricultaraz and Mechanicalt
lge erin deft ny a portion of their ex
uses by labor on the farm or in theo
aps hesstions biegia second Monday in
itember. For catalogues or oilber infor
tion. adhlress J. B. BOW MAN,
uag 7-imo Regent, Lexington, Ky.
uggy and Wagon
The undersigned havo __
located thlemselves at(l
Ilolick's old stand, where
yanre prepared to manufacture or repair
'ranges, Buggies and Wegonas. 'fhley
also prepared to do any kind of planta
work, sutch as plow-making, llow
log, haorse-shoeinug, &c. All work wvar
ted to give enitisinotion,
nay 14--8m IIERRION & GILBERT.
Ii'QUR ! FLOUR I FLOUR I
iRECT from the Mills, a lot Extra and
No. I, Family Flotur at the lowest mar
prices. P'artios in want of Good Flour
I find It to their Interest to caill onl
tg I R., J. Mc(A R llEY.
),OOO jans. c. t, B..on ids
Salt and 8moked. For sale low for
iny 14 JNrnO r 11 CAT,.CART